A bionik arm is a prosthesis powered by sensors fitted inside a prosthesis that can read mind signals when the prosthesis is worn. These sensors convert those signals into intuitive bionik movements of your prosthesis.

Bionik Arm is ten times cheaper than the average myoelectric arm, costs can still put a strain on the family. Here at Bioniks Technologies, it’s our mission to make Bionik arms accessible to individuals with limb differences around the world. If you need support to fund for a Bionik Arm, register your interest and we will put you in touch with our beneficiaries care to ensure you have the support you need to fund for a Bionik Arm.

The Bionik Arm is powered by bionic technology. We first launched the Bionik Arm in 2016, following years of R&D to combine advanced technology with affordable pricing and empowering aesthetics. Since launch we have continued improving the reliability and performance of the product, and in 2020 we announced the new version of Bionik Arm Zindagi 2.0. This version is available immediately and includes a wave of improvements.

The Bionik Arm’s cost depends on level of amputation, model of bionic arm and depending on which warranty package you choose.

Thanks for choosing the Bionik Arm! Yes, you will receive the new version of the Bionik Arm.

That’s great news! The first step is for you to register interest through our website or contact us through our contact number. If you meet the requirements (below/above elbow limb difference) we will get in touch with. You will attend your initial consultation to find out about more about the Bionik Arm and assess suitability. You can only purchase a Bionik Arm through Bioniks Technologies.

The Bionik Arm detect tiny signals, allowing them to activate grip with precise, proportional control.

By registering their details through our website or contact number, if they meet our requirements (below/above elbow limb difference) we will get in touch with you. Bioniks will next attend their initial consultation to find out about more about the Bionik Arm and assess suitability.

You can only purchase a Bionik Arm through Bioniks Technologies. Bionik Arm customers can purchase customizable bionik arm by getting in touch with our team to find out the latest designs.

We usually only create Bionik Arm’s for limb-different people who require the medical device. If you are keen to find out more please contact us.

Yes, we can fit the Bionik Arm to people with above-elbow amputations or limb differences. We can also provide Bionik Arms to those with partial hands but please be aware that the residual limb would have to fit within a socket comfortably so it may not be suitable for all. In order to find out if you are eligible please speak to us.

Yes, we can fit the Bionik Arm to children over the age of 3 years old.

The Bionik Arm is available in the Pakistan, with more regional launches planned. Register your interest to be the first to get one.

The Bionik Arm is splash proof but we will launch first ever waterproof Bionik arm soon.

Keep an eye on our careers page.

We’ll put a call-out through our social media channels and email newsletter when we’re looking for volunteer users. If you’d like to help us develop new technologies please make sure you follow us on Twitter / Facebook / Instagram.

We’re always looking for investors that want to help build a tech-for-good company. Get in touch.

Our growing team comprises of a wide range of skill sets – mechanical engineers, software engineers, electronics engineers, product designers etc. In terms of research degrees, many of our engineers studied engineering or robotics at university.

We’d love to help out with your project but unfortunately our capacity is very limited as we are focused on development for existing and future assistive devices. We wish you the best of luck but can contribute our time right now!

Maybe, our product development takes priority so don’t be offended if we say no.

We are always interested to hear about documentary opportunities.

No, we’re investing all of our energy into developing bionik limbs for humans.

We are currently working really hard to solve problems for below/above-elbow amputees. We are researching and developing more assistive devices and focusing on prosthetic leg, exoskeleton and partial hand.

Due to the high level of regulatory requirements and quality necessary to manufacture a compliant medical device, particularly one as complex as the Bionik Arm, we are unable to sanction the manufacture of Bionik Arms outside of our regulated production facility. Our focus is to improve the efficiency and quality of our production facility so I’m afraid we aren’t going to be looking to work with anyone else to manufacture our products.

After the operation, the residual limb is still swollen and the skin is sensitive. The wound also needs time to heal properly. Ensure that all required therapeutic measures are completed before the prosthetic fitting process begins.

Please contact the applicable authorities in regards to this question. The ability to drive following an amputation is assessed differently from one country to the next. In many cases, our beneficiaries driving cars with an automatic/manual transmission and riding bikes.

Depending on your occupation, you can return to work with your prosthesis. If your work involves extreme physical strain, you should let your prosthetist know before the prosthesis is fabricated since the type of stress affects the characteristics of the socket and the selection of components.

Once again, there is no standard answer to this question. If the socket of your prosthesis fits well over the long term and no difficulties arise, you do not need a new prosthesis.